Category: Portada

The Stress Of The Housewife

Stress itself is a topic that we could spend hundreds of pages on. However, there are sectors of the population that are especially sensitive to its stress effects. We will refer, in this case, to the stress of the housewife. Perhaps we think that the housewife, being a common occupation and working in the home

The Pianist: Art Is Immortal

Art always echoes history, in fact, Miguel de Unamuno said that if we wanted to know the history of Spain, we should go to intrahistory. In other words, we should read the great literary works like Don Quixote and there we would find the true story. History as such, after all, is written by the

The Psychological Writings Of John Stuart Mill

John Stuart Mill (1806 -1873) was an English philosopher, politician and economist representative of the classical economic school and theorist of utilitarianism. This ethical approach is proposed by his godfather Jeremy Bentham. Mill profoundly influenced the shape of 19th century British political thought and discourse. The doctrine of utilitarianism defended by John Stuart Mill accepts

The Heart Also Has Neurons

Although many may not believe it, the heart also feels, thinks and decides. It contains about 40,000 neurons and a whole network of neurotransmitters with very specific functions that make it, to our admiration, a perfect extension of our brain. Anne Maquier, mathematician and founder of the Quebec Institute for the Development of the Person,